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Feb 3, 2013 10:00am PST
hero, and her views on self-defense are much closer to malcolm x's than king's. she is also active in thelack freedom moment ait gro and changes. in 1966 stokely carmichael comes to give a big speech, and one of the first things he does from the pulpit is he calls out rosa parks and he calls her his hero. there's a beautiful picture of stokely carmichael and rosa parks, and i think we're not used to seeing that. >> reporter: we might have gotten used to seeing such unexpected aspects of rosa parks except for one curious fact -- parks' own records of her life are simply not accessible to public view. that's because of a dispute between family members and executors she appointed in her later years, and a probate court ordered that all her possessions should be sold, with the money that's raised being split between the contending parties. so the entire rosa parks collection has passed into the care of a new york auction house, one that's well-known for celebrity auctions. >> the rosa parks archive contains her library, unpublished photographs, correspondence with everyone from family
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